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OFFICIAL OIR û CTOBY.
AN 0FFICI0U8 OFFICIAL.
.V. E. COXEEREXCk.
Th»- ai'tioii of th»* postmaster of El Paso In
refusing to allow th»- El Pu>»> “Time*” t»> !»<•
truuMuitteii through th«» mail simply Iweauhe
it contained as news an Associat««»! Press <lts-
¡•atrh giving a syuonsis of the opinion »»f the
supn-nn« court of Louisiana c»'ni¡nulling th»«
s»‘«-r»’tary of state to submit at the next » lec
tion a constitutional am»*ndmvnt ¡»assed by
the last general ass»»ml»ly ixtemiing th»* char
ter of th»* Louisiana Stat»* Lottery twenty-
five y««ara, is deserving «»f th»* »«‘verpftt con
demnation and »•ensure, not only because
of th»* injustice of such arbitrary protruding,
but upon grounds of public policy. The bus
iness manager of th«- •Times’' very prop»*rly
hud this jHjbtmaster, who bears th«* histori»-
name of Smith, arrested f»»r unlawfully de
taining th«* mail, ami In- was bound over to
apjieur l**fore a cominissi«m<*r for trial; but
the punishment, w’hutever it will I m *, even if
meted «mt after many months of d«*lav, will
not lit the crime. N«>thing short of absolute
ami iiuine»liate oftteiul decapitation, with
whatever other punishment the law provides,
would be pro|H«r for such » lll<*i'»us intermed*
dling with the malls. If th«* United States!
mail is to I m * siibj»H*t»*d to such scrutiny and
exclusion by th»* postmaster at El Pas»», the!
post masters at th«* various other cities,
towns, villages, hamlets am! crossroads in
the stat«* und throughout tin* Unit«*d Stat«*t?!
have th«» same right, power ami authority,
uml ar«» of course at lilwrty to »io just as th»»
postmaster of El Paso did. If th«* post
master car. stop th«* transtuHaiiMUjf a-D« ws-,
|Ht|H*r h«-cause it has !u h the
court in regard to th»* Louisiana lottery, he
can also stop it Iteeuuse it mentions th«*
num»’ of th»* I ’ttery in it; and if h»* <*an •!»>
this he « an stop th»*' l‘»»*t,” »«‘cause it inci
dentally m»‘!iti»»ns th»* num«* »»f th«* Louisiana
L»»tt»*ry »*oini»iiny in criticising his official
«‘onduct. If h»* »-an •!«» this, however, he « an
override th«* str»‘ng»***t bulwark <>f th»* lilwr-
tieft of th'* p»*op|e and violate om*«>f th»* plain
est provisions in th«* constitution of the Un
ited States, thereby <*ompl»*t»*h throttling
Upon grounds of publi<* policy th«* l’nit«*d
States government should n«»t tolerate >u<*h
tampering with the mail. It throws open th»*
doors to fraud, ami. if j»ormitt»*d, will tend
to mak»* tin* servie«* ineffl- ient and unrelia
ble. Why n»»t <l»*tuin a lett«*r su»|M‘Cted of
containing a i«»tt»*ry advertisement. an»l why
not ojH*n it I»» as<‘»*rtain if th«* «l»*t«*ntion is
|.*gal? If th»* <*ont«*nts ar»* l«*gal why then
«•feourscit might !••* |»< rmitt«*«l to continue
• >n its j«»urn«‘y.
Tlu* gr»*at wrong <l«>n«* • newspajH-r publish-
•*rs, however, is t«» allow a postmaster to au-
th'»ritativcly «l»*tain mail matter which in his
»»pinion i> iil' gal. He »»uglit n -t I»* p< rmit-
t«*«l to »1*» this. If th»* publisher has . .-m-
mitte«i an> wronj? h«* ought fob. h»*l»l r»*-
s|M»n>ibl»* ami !«• mad»* to suffer the penalty *.
but a p»»stniast»*r may detain an <*ntir.* »*«ii-
tn»n of a n«*wspa|w*r, entailing a le-avy l«.s*
upon th«* publisher, and y«*t when the matter
com»*« to a finul trial th«* «*«»urt muy »!»*ei«l»
that th»* |»ap«*rs ar»* mailable. Th»* »lamag»*
ha- then wen d- ne the publisher and there
seems to I»«* no adequat»* remedy for him.
Suppos« the polities ..f u u»*wspa|N*r ar«* ob-
jeeti»»nat»l<* to th»* |«oMtmusters g»*n»*rally.
an«! tbr»»ughout th«- stat«' th«*v < hoos.- t<» hol«l
a pa|**r I m -* uu -»* in their opiuion it is not
mailable, it would thus put it within th«*
(tower of the |N>Mal »!• partne nt t». stop th«*
circulation of a n« w**pap« r an«! Itankrupt it.
heaving th«* publisher with a lot of suits
against p<»stmnst»*r> a« ass»*ts. Nu»*h a stat«*
<•( affairs |.*a\« s n»‘\K“p.ipT pulilishers witb-
«»ut a»i»*«|Uat»* r»*m»*dy. ami to allow su«*!i ar
bitrary <*ondu«*t on th»* part of oflb ious i»ost-
• masters is contrary t«» the institutions < f this
governn>»*nt an«! a violation « f th«* bgal
' maxim that .*ae|i wrong ha- it- a<l»*»|Unt«*
H u-t..p l x. l’o-t. May l<»th.
complete py far than any other in
n OregoM-.wd eomparea favorably
any In the SVx Job Printing of «-very
in sginabl«- dewr^ .,on done at San Eranciacu
rat«», and in a pvHnpt and fiiet-clasa manner
THE PHCTS SETTLED.
The District Conference for the Rose
A recent «Jitorial in The V ijt M, show
burg district, Columbia Annual Confer mining clai
wer part of Hhant* ing that some of our "protected” manu
ence, M. Fl. Church, South, was held in river, Cal.
facturers are sold abroad cheaper tiian
Medford, Oregon, May 27-30, 1891. We the land
some time they are rold to our own people, and that
had no bishop, but Presiding Elder T, ago, in reference to the matter of railroad upon such go*«1» tlie duty is little if any
I*. Haynes magnified hie office in the selections on mine-al land, and received thing else thaa a pure swindle upon the
use of the gavel.
the following answer, which explains to American taxpayers and American con
J. L. Futrell of Grant’s Paes was some extent the position held by the sumers, has attracted no little attention
FUlftT JVDU'lAl. DISTRICT.
elected secretary. There was a goodly commissioner concerning the locality throughout :he country. It has teen
(’«»•uprising Jaciwon. Josephine. Lak*’ and
K » n «th «sGiiities. Circuit Judge. I,. R. Vv eb-
number of laymen present, though not named, which may be considered as Lav widely reprOlished, because the argu
iiur District Attorney, W. M. Colvig.
nearly as many as should have teen. ing similar tendency to other sections of ment it contained went to tlie very heart
Abstracts Made of Titles to
J XCRSON (MMINTY
Rev. J. W. Bryant,of Linkville, having similar character:
Senator r*i *o. Carnee ni; K present;<tives.
of the tarif question.
tt »urry.J. A' 'l.rritt. I 1 'I* * All; < '...¡i.ty
»ecently lost his house and all its con
I am in receipt of your letter of March
If our tna'.ufaelurera, handicapped by
’) o \ I; «' »ni ntsm »tiers. < . w
tents by fire, was absent. The confer- 13. 1891. In reply I have to state ttie taxed material« and by tariff diecourage-
*.iF ii* ti llav moud; Clerk, M. Muller; Sheriff, J.
G H r -.' It * ...l. r, W M. llolin•fr.«-
en<e sent turn a resolution of sympathy, records of tins office show that Twp40 N, m»-nt 7*1"' in some instances even prohi-
Of all kimls'Iriiwn ii|>. * -p.viiillv pertaiulng
ur r Ù ¿11....... i* r. A.■*.•**.’*. I- L. I«a*nllt.*ll.
accompanied witli a collection
Com K 7 W,.M I) M, is within the grant to ti r tiitlun
“n meet their for
to the settlement ol estai*’».
A- I >'.ll SuiM TIIII' ll'i’ 'll. .
For these complaint»
mittees were ap|»oiiited on tile various Oregon division of C. P R. R. Co., and eign competitors auccMC1
I*. Vppl.’aol'-. .' *1I. *■
l .v-'’“: stock
Liver Hoguhror. ft keeps the stomach
subjects for discussion.
Colkfl r of Aetonnh. Prompt Rtuiittantri. clear and prevmta any of the above ¡xilaona
that ttie odd sections therein were with
tini*.’, lor, 'V. »'• •' *i‘«>'r*
JO-aflll.'.K I *i > tv.
In looking into the spiritual interests drawn September 6, 1871.
goods from 5 to 10 per cer
from getting n the ayatem, or. If there
- i«l *i. •'
flair; ll' l'i* ■*' iiialive,
of the church it was developed that there
It does not appear that the It. R. Co. they are sold at home, nothing can te
already It wil drive them out, no matter
H II M il* * i '”. ioi > Jii'id*', v ' "Ivrsz. I *•.“-
'ui’.’.i di r-.< . ’> II’*«'•■•*•». '' Hail-** .»:,« I*'rk, t .
Invufttinvnt S«*curitlrs a Sp«*«*in'l) . Jaukaon
were hopeful signs of vitality in tlie has applied to make any selection in
how Strongly ”tx>U*d or long-standing, and
l»lainer than that the price over and
. .. Scrip Itouglit
■ > .. ..I. ......
and I d.
K i ii.unlor i‘,’* rirt. J»1“"’*1'’ M'»«; IriiMur.
same. Tlie conversions were
bright either Heclloni* 16 or 25 of said township.
you will ugnti have good liealth and be
above those foreign prices extorted from
I have n !.... ipletes.T "I Map»<u all ile sur
> A' * i ref A<**’..or, h. . . Hari»«>ii;
and happy, and often the old-fashioned It does not ap>»ear that any application
veyed laillili» III 11"» tunit j , ami r» « « i v«* A b-
S-'u oil Sop. run. lùe.u, W. . M..«.*’, Survey
the domestic purchasers is ju«t so much
Have you a pain in the aide, back or
slriicts intintili» Irma Itoselnirz ot all
shout is hard. Though the number is for patents to mining claims have l»een
or r 'V il.,v«*n». I'.mawr. Ur. waiii »»*«*.
pure plunder. It is justified by no law
mirtea made. I am th"» pr par’ >1 o > mak«*
under the aholder blade ? It la not rheu-
smaller than it should be, yet the per tiled for laud in either of said sections.
trade or of morals. It is secured to
out Homestead and Pre-einpiion pap*
matiHin but dapcpela. Take 81aimons
.loiirt S 'ii.it.ir. *’. A. *' *k'*w»*tl ot La«»'. Il* I'-
eent. of the families who hold family
Prior to the seltrction of land in either the American manufacturer by a monop
enti invi’ tu parties the expcii»*- ot a trip to
a. .. unlive. A. fonder *»l l.lk*-, l owllty JO'lxe.
wuiehip was encouragtug. Oue brother of these stictions the miners are at liber
ttoHcliurg Land Oltlce.
J - *irr; «' »iiliiunuoilera. II. II. '‘l*1l*‘1!’*
Doce your kart throb violently after
oly scheme ot taxes as a mere bounty or
C - Silver., i l. rk. A. I*. L ’.tvitt. .■’Ueritr. »..
repotted as many infant baptiaius a- ty to locate and make application for
unusual cxerthn or excitement ? It la not
snteidy, who«*- essential character is not
I HAVK SKVKHAI. »INK »AKM» «SI» OTIIKH
I'rea-ou. r. «',u K. H *..-, A**«*.-
con- their mining claims, and upon the sub-
tjx.tted by the whole annual cou-
. ,r I .no S'ltarl; -» li >•*: Supe<uitw»*leut, I . U
affected by the fact that it does not pass
haviik »'UK SALK.
last year, and «aid
said I e found
lutitid that miesiou of satisfactory evidence they will
Luu. uu; Survey >r. Kt U**« • »r I; I or.».* r. J.
Lit rung it LU* trtttxaury. but lb levied di-
w I wmv » p i «ftta j k t L’ trt taindy W'lrehfp tn-y
entitled to receive patents tor the
CWPrunuit rrety a^dv, to all ■ ututrn.
r-cly upon the pocket of the citizen, and
tiad their cb ldren baptized. Quite a same.
Chanr*-« In aco*»r*ii»ii<-*’ with tn*’ times.
Joint S.’itator. I'. A.l ’.aawm! «TTike; Ilet>-
is measured on the one side only by his
"As a matter of cnnceir»1 duty to humanity I
tiefen*. I*\ p* Tini sei. .n, I* * i '. «' Beekman. E«q.,
r.ru nfotive, A. rtni.l**r. County
wish to bear my testimonio ’he unfailing virtues
Hanker; t<* lion. I. It. Webster. .Imlir*’ of thia
iieces-ity an*l on ttie other by the manu
lanceot experience or testimony meet turned »■ agiiculiuial land,the K, R Co.
of Simmon» Liver Regi^tor. If ¡»eopTe could
A’Oltre; <■ oamliMioner». A.
jii'ltciat district. an*t to any 1'ii-in*■»» hon»e in
only know what a spleiu® medicine it is, there
June. t'l.Tk W. N.Sutton; snvritT.
I H* r>
ings. It was ttie general conviction tiiat will not be required to give nofee of its
When in addition to the unfair advan
would be many a jhysici^ without a patient and
ford t'reuoir. r A Mei'.dlen. i-ehool Sii|*. rin-
the former was not as effective for good application to make selection»,but should
many an interminable dodor's bill saved. 1 con
t. udeut, A. H Fisher. Aw»« sa«»r J. E. Mv-
tage of the tariff, excluding foreign com-
View ot Fence in Position.
Don-»ugh; St«n k liisp«*cim. D. U
petitjpn in American markets, we add
many years, been a perfcctphysical wreck from a
m ekt ino or covar?», tr«..
good is told and the world pronounces such application, you will be allowed to
the tremendous and unconscionable ex
comnination of complaints al! the outgrowth of
rue aupreme court ot Or.«.*» .nee'*.* al
malaria in my system, and, ven under the skillful
Salem, regular term*commencing on tin llrM
pedient of the trust so generally resorted
ting we can unbosom our hearts to sym may claim as mineral land.
hands of Dr. J. P Jonet of this city, I had
M ii lays in March and tK’lolier: a **> at Ili n-
to by these pampered darlings of the
despaired of ever Iteing • well woman aga.n.
<ii. t.>ii commencing <»n first Monday in May.
“ n.e iinm." ornrt r.*r. he tirsi »min iai .Us.ne
Simmons Liver Regulator «as recommended to
Republican party to crush home compe
Co. to make selections, or prior to the
me. I tried it. it helped te, and it is the only
.in in Jmkaon county on ,r-i .Moiutaja in
tition also, it seems remarkable that a
thing that ever did me any ffrod. 1 persevered in
On the subject of missions it was de- tiling
_ of applications
tl'i’it, S*’"teint»er an i li’ Ci iiit"’.- In Klauiath
under free people ever submitted for a single
its use and I am now in perect health. 1 know
ciued we ought to have at least eight I the mineral land laws, this office will net
..null) Oii second Monta» in Jun. ami tu-i
your medicine «tire ! me and! always keep it as a
year to a wrong at once so obvious and
M.mdiy in N.-v.-ml*. .
tn Lake e*..u.l> ■ *.. »e
moie pastoral chargee, and most of ihem order any steps to tie taken with a view
reliable 'standby' in my fanily."—MíU. M aky
.nu l Mun.lay in May amt tn.- - ond ■*'"l",‘,>
so monrtroua. It is true that when tlie
>n Uctoter. In Josephine county on lirst
Democratic party boldly joined the issue,
Moii’lays in .Marek ami Auirust.
It is distressing, tlie vast fields of desti- sections.
when monopoly aggiession was put un
K o J.u-k-.**n count> tnecounty, |»r**tel> aiid
>■ .numssi’.ii. rs' curls meet « very immiti.
der general discussion, when the ques
whole counties with thousands of people make applications for pa ents lot your
, .mm.n. inz with the nrst M mda>;t’*r .1 — -
tion was taken between greater freedom
he fndeilmgned have ¡ ormeo a
paino county, th*- rtrst M m lay u. January
an I only one or two preachers of any mining claims, and it is necessary to
utiparim rdiip with an auth -»z d capita) id
of trade and greater license to the plun
Apen, July amt Sept.mlnr; lor l-«k*
$.'».'».<«"I. fur the purpose t»t < an a ing ui a <;• io r
every all. riiat*’ m mth. *’ mini. n. mg Ih« In I ,
derers, a» in tne elections of last fall, the
al Banking Business in all ot H- branch» >» in
Monday in January . t or Klamatu . ‘‘“G «'■* ;
Cannot be succesiully traveled with
judgment was overwhelmingly on the
Jacksonville. Oregon. < Mtice at th< <■ I stand
lirst Wednesday ui Marcii. Jun.. St pt rlnr
out good health To each wealth er any
right side. That it will be so again no
®f Beekman a Banking Hous«-, S. E. vornert'al-
prayer that God would raise up more
If your mining claims are “placer," it
ltortiia and Third atreeta.
covered position In He requires the tuli
possession and cpcr.tion of ali the fac
THOS. G. IO AMES.
Christians join ns in this?
survey made, as they may te applied for
ulties kind nature ha endowed us with.
T he tetraver of the Emperor Maximil
<>n tlie financial question we were glad by legal subdivisions in accordance with
These conditions camot exist unless the
ian <1 .ecl the other day in the city of Mexi
physical being is h perfect working
co of hydrophobia
He waa the trusted
urged that the main reason there was
or 'er, and this is impossible when the
STEAMER SAI Id NG DATES.
friend of the emporer, but when the lat
liv r and spleen are topld, thus obstruct-
AlT'HtNKY ASI» i'»I'N’.-iEL'»11 At
FROM SAN FHIM’IWO-
ter wa« Phut up in the city of Queretaro;
preachers were too timid in preaching
Keeps the largest stock of
Willamette Valley,Sunday. May ............... 3
Willamette Vallt-y, Thursday . May.. ■
hi j the secretions, ©using Indigestion
and bad planned an e«ea)»e through the
Willamette Valley. Tu<-H<lav. M;iv
Wiliam, tt«* Vall«*y, Saturday. May.. ..
tlie gospel of liberality. One brother
end dyspepsia, with al of their accom
T he M i K islev B lessing —The beau lines of ttie teaiegers, Izipez bet rayed
Wi’lamette Valley, Wixlneaday. May........ •-‘o
W.i nin. t-tv Valley. Sunday. May..........
Willamette Valley, Thursday. May............ >
Willamette Valh y, Sunday, May...........
ties and blessings of ttie McKinley law the password to ttie Mexican« for 430,-
present emergency, but tlie conference
DR. HENLEY S
are cropping out one bv one an time j >ge OK). In this way General Escotedo
The emnpany ri'fterves th«* right to change sailing dates without notice.
' I along. The employes of the Illinois S.eel entered the city and arresteJ the emper
there is such a train of evils follow it;
Trains connect witli the 0. A C. R. R. and River Boats at Corvallis amt Albany.
Company are preparing to tight against a or, who was «hot Boon afterward. But a
coirts a tpecific influeice over the liver,
second, it is of doubtful utility, costs
■45 per cent, reduction in wages. They worse fate befell I.qiez than that of Ar
«»rite, It to health, artion. resolve. It,
Train N *. 1 will run Tuesdays. Thursday, amt S iturdays. amt on hilerim-diate day s when
more than it comes to; third, dries up
have offered to accept a reduction of 162j nold, for hi« wife and children left him,
nec-*saarv Train No. 4 will run M-»11 lays. We in.*<.l:«\•« »tiri I ridays, an*i on int«*nne<liHti* day s
chronic ergorgementt. ir.d promote, the
on the north», st coast.
T- K •«<**. Kecelver.
cent., but the owners are inexorable. everybody shuuned him, and he has
secretions : cures Indigutinn and constl-
< In Sunday schools it was found there | . per
Thia is the largest company in the west, lived for twenty-five year, alone and
4 pation. sharpens the aipetlte, tone, up
C. C. HOCUE,
was an increase of fifty per cent, over
W. B. WEBSTER
and at their own exjiense sent 500 of their universally despised. His fate was de
t il ".e entire „stem, and nakes life worth
Gen I F, A P. Ag't.O 1’. K. it Co.
V P. Ag t, Oregon Development Co.,
employee to a jollification meeting in In served, and it is honorable to huuiau
.1« iSlontgoiuerj St.. Han EranuiBC«» ('al.
A resolution was api>ended to the
diana just prior to the last presidential nature that a traitor to hi« friend« seldom
report on teoks and periodicals that we
election to receive the blessing and as e»< apes the vengeance of public opinion.
W :ll pruciiee in .*.. • *>urts **1 Hi* si.u**. Ulh* »•
surance from General Harrison that his The number of men of consequence who
paper into all our families before our
lu inc i *>urt H**ii»*’. tirsi *l«»*r tu leit ut en-
lr I election and “pr* t>-< tion" un ant an in- have ever betrayed an inipirtant tru-1 is
annual conference, August 26. Also " cn ase in their wages
The manner in remarkably few, and in all ca«es they
that we will let our people know tiiat we which latering men are being tnti-d with
H. K. HANNA
have suffered the living death of public
have a de|»osito>y on th- coast and tioi e
is a matter of serious alarm, an 1 if Amer scorn. Arnold, who sold himself to
AT CENTRAL POINT
Across the Deep, to th»* Far West.
(TOKNEY ANI» CUl'NdELUK AT LAW.
they will help to sustain it by getting
ican capitalists in control of the govern- England for £50*>0 and a colonel's com
On steamboat-», va’.** and stage-coaches, their literature through it.
D m * undcrsigneil is now manufacturing a*
menl-fo tered industries do not cease mission, was publicly insulted in the
Hostetter's Stotna» b Bitters is carried as
• * M<ndows Sawmill in Jackson countv
tlie n.ost important item in tlie materia the lajople of Medford for their kind their importation of fore gn paupers to Britia-h bouse of parliament and fought
Will |ir*-IUT tn ail courts ot the State,
medics of the trav« ling public, it deprive*, hospitality in the enteitainment of the displace American-born workingmen they a duel with one of his detractors. His
m urtn s l»r:ek, up-stalrs.
will regret it when t<xi late. The rect nt
vitiated, brackish water of its hurtful
'There is kept <• .nstantly on banda complete prop« rt 1» s at »I exccr.*t''e flavor, counter- conference ; to the M. E. church for tie latior troubles and bloodshed in I'enn- life was wretched to the last. Gen-ral
ROBERT C. SMITH
Dnmouiiez, who deserted the French
and tlnjt-elar^ etrn'k of
acts tlie j « rmcious etle« ’s upon the stom -1 use of their beautiful church, and to the i sylvania has a moral for every sensible
Republican army for that of the enemy,
PATENTED IN 1HN8
a« li of bad or indigestible food, remedies S. 1*. R. R. for reduced fares.
vnoKNEY AN1> CUI'NSELOR AT LAW,
I and patriotic citizen
It has leaked out could hardly be eatled a traitor, fur he
l»y A.M. Willson of Gre«*ulvaf. Kansas, and will
cramp*, heartburn »it'd wind upon th»
After a very busy and interesting
1 that every man killed in the night a'tack kn.-w that he was to be arrested, and ar-
id rd nt't
It is a fine defence against «ion, conference adjourned late Sa'.ur
say to the public that w’vhavc the
upon the Morewood Coke Works w as an »est meant death by the guillotine; yet
malarisl disorders. QU lifits the effect of day 1‘. M
Saturday night was given to
* Co.’» brick.upstairs.
Beit ami Most Durable Narhinr
excessive heat, cold anti damp, redeves un educational conference, Sunday night unnaturalized citix-n—the very scum of Dumouriez lived a wandeter Jbe rest of
our foreign population. These iieople hi» »lays.
sick headache, and is an mconii arable cure
in the Stat«*, and will put it against any other
4 vote*» a»>«i
biliousn^Ha. The to a missionary meeting. There was are import”*« to overcome the peaceful
ROBERT A. MILLER.
tufigue of trav«'l ott»*n tells ltr M diMnn- pfHU'liisi tlure tia.ai daily, except Sat- strikes, destroying the wages of honest
Lag’s U ncons » tot s B ravery .—Here
AVr«HtNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
llAl'HHTY ANI» GOOU KOBE.
J. L. F ctrkll ,
trouslv upon invalid*» ami convalescent« . , urday
and intelligent labor, an 1 are a standing is a story illustrative of the consideration
occasionally to such rx’ent a** to p*opar
GENERAL. BUILDING M VIT.IUAL.
General Lee always showed for others
dize life. Persons in feeble health, appre
certain its the world stands, if the rich
hensive of ba»i effects from travel, will, it
while remaining ateolutelv indifferent to
eiH.’<* in bmlJing t.»rin*-rly ««»cupiud by Ur.
Ctit’Kcii Attn C ollege V ictokious .— corporations continue the wholesale im what might befall himself. It was in
Will J inks* "i.
Judge Shattuck lately rendered a decree portation of this class of people to our the Wilderness fight, and he and Gener
to have their tears real zed
MORRIS M. HARKNESS,
for the plaintiffs in ttie historical cause of shores the spirit and life of American al Wade Hampton were passing over
Joseph Liggett, John Rickard, Cas|ier workingmen will be crushed to death,
A 1 lillDiKtr AND COL'NSELOll AT LAW,
the field. They came to a narrow pass
A Cowardly Murder.
Rickard and the Corvallis college against and in the general wreck the capitalist between woods, and Lee noticed that the
Canyonville. <h« g*>n Juti.- 12.—Samu»*l I.. W. S. Ladd, Wallib Nash, J. H. Kunzie,
«SrsMl'a Fis«», «Sregeis.
will godown with them
Not oniv are passage was covered by the northern
Booth, a kielc'lor and un o|<l pi««nc»*r. r« sid J. T. Apperson, W. J. McConnell, John
Anil everything else Imaglnab1*’ in th’» line.
these people a menace to those who im sharpshooters, who were douig very ef-,
iHBueln Alilfa building. Front »tret
Mj u < hk 1 h ar. new aiulut Hiebest brands,sn<l ing tw»*lv»* mil»*s smith ofthispla«*» . was shot
by Mr- M.try B»»».th wif. - t \S inlbId Booth, Enmiitt, \V. I’. Ready, J. K. I*. Weath- port them, but ate prolific breeders of fective work. “Hampton.” said the
wi|i be sold at the
yestwlay at* a!».»ut 2 o'.*|«»ek
Dr. D<*v.»r«» «- foid, Thos. Cauthorn, Sylvester l’en- disease and ..rime, and «hen armed with commanding general, “1 reckon you had
was cali»*d am! inim»»liat«*ly weut to th«* licyi r, E. B. McElroy, Geo U . McBride the ballot can decide the result of imjtor-
better go 'round through the trees and
he rNDEB>iGNi.i> is n »» u txking or -
s«*cn»* of th»* sh»M»ting. H pronoun.... . the ami K. 1*. Boise.
tant elections, ttie fate of parties and the meet me on the other side, a» the file of
ders through Ja« ks«»n and Josephine uoun-
G «ve inc a call before jroiiu <* si wh« re.
w«»un«l u fatal « n.*. Th»* sh»»t entered th«*
policy of ttie government. I' i* a con the sharpshooters is very dangerou*
J. C. SHERIDAN
r |>art of th'* left shoulder and cam«* out are members of the .Meth*>dmt Episcopal
stant and increasing source of danger 'o here.” That is all there is of the story.
|r alsivc an»! OU the inside of th»' l«*ft
Church, South, of Oregon, and instituted our free institutions, ami the people
I»*, inflicting an ugly wound. Th» « aus.*
Of course, G* neral Hampton said:
CEO. DE BAR, M. D.,
should heed th” lesson tef >re it is too “General Lee, I guess if you can walk
I«- sh«s'ting. it M‘»*ms, was that Booth ami
PHY8IC1AN ANU 6 V K G E O N.
roman ha«l som»* w«>rds about some flr»«-
there, I can follow yon.” But note the
! that th«* ol'l man had car« fully «•«»!• Agricultural College of Oregon on behalf
nneo'isci 'iisne«« of personal danger and
Those wanting trees will dow« i! t tgive
t heir order»», as I will jenarant•■» -;it i-1.t«• t:< • r 1.
Ilin E nough of K assa ».—A s.-t'ler the unselfishness of L-e. These was in
tli. it ap|H*ars. I>urn»*«i it up in a h«Mip, named.
»»■Het* au.I rt«**l»-m-»* rM» 1'alifornia »tree,,
w ho has ju-t returned from K-uini- says cessant characteristics of hi«.
reu|M»u B«»«»th w«*nt int«» the h«*us»‘ an«l
Terms of paynn nt »‘asy. I‘r<»»lut < tak» ti at
Geo. and Elizabeth Roberts in April, that he has hail enough of life on tlie
«'alls iitteisksl promptly *lay *»r night.
market price. |»nmit.>. ot hm-ln • wanl. d
plain»*«! to h«*r about it. Mi-. Booth at
A.> J ohnson .
plains, and is g ad to get ba -k to .he
Does a General Banking Business, and Buys and Sells East
• grablw’d a gun and sai«l : '^»»u old
T hat ItiiiRoii CoMMt-siox C a - f .—
J. A. CEISENDORFER, M. D
JttckBonvillc.OrciroD. Auir. I. ls*3.
f a b . I will kill you
Booth was for «4500, and at that time it was clearly s ist, says the Brooklyn Eagle. He went state of Oregon. Biggs, et al., rela or. va.
ern, Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
PHYSICIAN ANU Sl'KGEON.
• ling n»*ar a partition <b*».r. IL* threw
out then* a few months ago, built a dug- J. 1* Fault, et a1., is the title of a i u t in
his hands and said:
My (».»<1! »Ion t ricultural farui, and in the event of its o t’, lived in it for awhile, plowed hie
quity that has just l>een argu-d under
land, seeded it, and had good promise stipulation and taken under advisement
■ • • • • rrrr: < /:i r:intATi:i>
. Mr-. lio«»tb shot through th«* do»»r. and «as to revert t > the persons win
One day, just as his grain liv the circuit court
This is the old
_ SMITH & WESSON _
wounded man crawl. <1 away from th»« subscribed the purchase price.
up and everything was conspir-
44500 wa- all subscribi <i by members of I
,’h'. ||j(n happy, he was a’ work ■ ailroad commission case so familiar to
It was tie ins and the ou s—ttie
J. a. WAIT, M . D.,
the .M E. Church South,with the exc ; - ,n |11H |je|,| w|,,.n he saw a cloud in the
amt wherein Messrs. B ggs and Knight
■ The Flneet Small Arms Ever Manufactured. ■
V umici AN ANI» St'KU EU NI
the governor’s ap|>oititees to the stats
cuted a mortgage.
tention to it. he said they ought to get ■ailroad commission created by the legis
■ Unrivaled^, i. ar. , -
In February, 1 s8”, the trustees deeded uume( for it was going to rain. They
lature of 1KS0; sought to oust the com
ti.e agricultural Imm to the stale ot t»i- started on a run but the cloud came up mission elected by the same legislature.
egoti. llie property has been die*lf«l with such amazing rapidity that the akv
This last hoard consisted of J. 1*. Faull,
over to the regents of the S ate Agi mill
was completely covered, i nd behind was G. W. Colvig and Robert Clow, and it
1'ittarrli Cau l lie Cored,
_ WORKMANSHIP and
tural College, ami the plaintiffs claim an ominous whirl of dust. “Lie down
■ CONVENIENCE in
Purchasers of property or Capital Htock of the
was to gain possession of the office and
with LOCAL Al’riJCATIONS. - fh«-y
LOADING and SAFEfY.
that tlie trustees had no legal right so to ami cling to the weeds," slioute I the far-
cami"t rca'li Uu* '«cat of the liw’asr.
perquisites that suit was brought by the
" Beware of cheap iron imitations
do. They then fore prayed that tlie land mer, and lioth went to th*' gra-s. In an
Catarrh is a Id io l or cunstiti.t m d di
| Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Prire Liat to^
ease, and in order to cure it you bave to he returned, and that the defendants hi instant the storm was upon them. Had now finds itself in a position that is pe
SMITH A WESSON,
take internal remedies. Hall's ( a tan li er.j 'ioed Iroin further interfering with u.ev s*ood u? to it they w<>u'd have been
culiar, to say the least, since the terms
SritIMil //.//». »!!»•>■
Cure I-tauen ii teruallv, and act« directly the same. Judge Shattuck s decis on ewept from their i'-et ; as it was,they suf-
ol both taiards of commissioners expired
<n> ttie I'lo. ii mid uiucou» surface«
Hall's was oho of the longest lie has t»een f(.r,.,| enough. ’*1 never
Catarrh Cure is no qtimk n*e*lieine
It known to deliver, and occupied tluee- ¡¡ke it,” said th* num ; "the rain fell in last February, when the 1891 legislature
E. B. PICKEL, M. D.,
named a new directory to the office.
was pre-crihed by one of the best phy»i
quarters of an hour in its delivery. He torrents; the wind blew a hurricane;
cians in tins country fur sears, and is a
PHYSICIAN A N l> S P II G El» N.
regular pre»criptmn. It > coniposed of decided that the plaintiffs were correct, lightning ran along the ground teside
K ecoriie R vs . C eerk —The last legis
tlie heal tonic» ki o»:i, combined with the hh the trustees had no right to deed the uu, over us, everywhere; thunder was lature divided the office of county clerk in
best blood purifiers, acting directly on the agricultural farm to the state.
cons'ant ; hailstones fell as large as eggs. I’nion county. Now a test ca«e is being
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
When the storm passed tuv croj* were tried as to the legality of the law. The
tion of the two ingredicnls is what pro
Mrs* i. k vs. M ind .—L. H. McMahan, ruined. Everything had teen torn up East Oregonian anyf. R. Eakin, J. W.
oF P ori LAND, OREGON.
editor of the Woodburn IndrpewltHt, gives by ti.” wind, burned by the lightning, or Shelton, T. H Crawford and Mr. Car
»end for testimonials free
Tolo, Oregon, October 4, ISSO.
an interesting and dignified account in torn to pieces by the hail. Tne hail- roll are in the city from Union to make
1*. J. < It ».NEV A Co . I’ iops .. Toledo, o.
liis paper of the difficulty between him ston* s had torn our clothing into shred* further argument before Judge Fee in*
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
■ occurred ..............
anti Jap Minto,
at Salem 'and cut through oar bats, fi lching blood the ease of the recorder and clerk of Un
a few days ago, in which Minto was shot m main pl.ices. My soil was beaten in- ion county. The former official com
J. I.■■»•enberz. President.
Microbe Killer Cast« Dismissed.
through the left hand while attempting I f*n»il> <• ami I coti d not rouse him for menced a mandamus proceeding to ob
11. M. Grant, Secretary and Manager.
S*>metime since the ■ .»r**g' hinn pul*li»h* d to take McMahan’s pistol away from more than an hour. S-xt mornii g 1 tain certain books which ttie clejjt has
R. PRYCE, M. D.,
ailed anaj lsi» of th*’......li* in*’ kwwu as him. Minto succeeded in doing this, and role int > town, raised $500 at the bank,
withheld. The clerk brings a “quo
H II Y S I C I A X A N I» S I K G E »> N.
Ifad.uu's Mi’-rol**’ Kill* r. «hi* h analysis wa» brutally and cowaid.y
McMahan Htvih” my farm as security, ami came
also furnished us l*y Mr. Baker. fi**«l com over Die head with the weapon. Of I horne by the next train. 1 don t want warranto” proceeding to see whether the
office of countv recorder exists in law.
missioner. It s*-*-ni.» to have tai'U assumed course .Minto would not have attacked | any more Kansas.
The action is a friendly one for the pur
that thi» |»i|»cr approved the analysts ami
ulp ’ ift W i 'I iuiih Brick Buihluitf. up stairs.
(In theStat’j Insurance Co’«. Building.;
• * *
claimed it wa» corre. t. Srn-h i» north»* *•«»*•. McMahan if he had teen Ins equal
pose of a test.
us tlie ”1 »regonian" knows nothing about the physically. Minto is a powerful, healthy
!s hie testimony before the court of
J. C. LEE, M. D.,
oNl> BltANCH OFFICE» IN VOKTLANI», ASTOlilA ANb ALBANY.
fai t» **xeept tie- »taii nieiit made by Mr. Ba man, weighing nearly 200 pounds, while inquiry into the lynching of Hunt by
Tint latest test of armor plate at the
PHYSICIAN ANI» » C K G E O N
Hilft for HA'u a largu list of
ker. The prosi-eution instituted by the food McMahan is trail, ami was at the time soldiers at Walla Walla, Colonel Comp- Anna|»olia proving grounds resulted in
commissioner tin» «*• far l» * n a failure, a de
demonstrating the snperiori’v of the
( mtral Point. Ortyon.
murrer having teen sustained to the com utider a physician's care, weighing only ton aa *1 : “1 have known the arinv for
plaint. will’ ll dismiss'» Hi” proi-oi-iling». 130 pounds. It was simply a contest te- ¡thirty t ars, ami the system upon which Harvey nickel-plate, an kineinan in
Calls promptly utt. nd.-l to day or night.
S*v>*rnl chemists have analyzed th” niedi- tween brain and muscle, with the latter [ its form r «ink tigs Were based teems to vention. The steel plates tested were
cim*. Kilt non** agree with the Baker formula, on top from a s'and|K>int of annual en- i t«. changing. Within the last four years broken into fragments, combination sUtel
The < )r< iron Lan«l <'«».,was «’Specially organ!/.«*«! for th« ptirpos«* of buy iug and «ub«1ividlng
ami the isiteiitce lias r.-p* ut< *lly d< i-lare*l durance. McMahan could have killed
i*..** cod** of military ethics has teen nickel were perforated so that daylight
larg« t ra« ts «>1 land, and has during th» past two y»*ars bought and subtlivi-h•«! over 3,210 a< res
under oath Hint there is noa<-i*l whatever Minto, but hesitated to shoot until .Mint « | to sepaiate a soldier from his offiter to a shown through them, but the Harvey
Will Sell. Lease, Rent and Handle
it r«-s «»I land into five t«» twenty a«*re trai ls. Th»' su< < «*ss of this uudt rtaklng is shown in tin*
ftu t that out of Xi tracts plav»*d on th»» mark« t. 225 hav«* b»*«*n sol»|.
grabbl'd the pistol,which was discharged, I v, ry wide degree. Tins new mode of nickel plates resisted and demolished the
f entrili Point, Orryvtt
W«* claim that t« n *u*r«*s •»! « h«»i<< and in fruit Will yield a larger Incom«* than l«M>a» r«*s of
the hall passing through Mjnto's hand, government has p oduced results more pRijcctilee, which, although they cracked
wh« at in th»-Mississippi vwlh y.
in the scuttle. Ttie Salem paja rs appear j iUI(] more apparent every «lay. The old the backs of the plates, barely dented
lake it Before Breakfast,
We a's.» nutk»’valuabl«* iniprovcrnents in th«* way <»f roads. tene«*s. cl»*aring th«* land. «tc.
W<* cun sell a small tract of 'an«l for th«» same price per acre you wouhi have to pay for a
The great appetizer,tonic n"d liver regu to Le in sj ni| atuy with Minto, a** they unwavering loyally of the soldier for Ins their face“. This establishes the fact
A Chojce Collection of
iHtor. In use for more than ,'ai years u have given only ,M nto’a side of ti e officer is fast di>ap|>earing, discipline is with reasonable certainty that ttie nickel
N. D. YOUNC,
live. trouble to the public. Il is rad, owing becoming irksome, restraint is teng plate ship is the armored vessel of the
Bad tm-te in the n..... th 01
to .Minto's influence as a Republican considered an alflietion, and projier re- uture.
SI R V E Y < > R
rising in the morning, «.nil fain« In ih< pulitician, that these papers fail to tell proof has in *ome instances teen deemed
tl.e plain tiutli in record to the matter, an insult and aroused anger."
Jack won t i II«*. Oregon.
I n the case of Tatum de Bowen vs. Hugh
dizziness, languor aynipn in» ol liv*r < oni for fi*ar of financial punishment hum
Any person wishing to *ell property W 1
Glenn, in ttie United States circuit court,
plaint. Remedy I’r. Ilei I• y’«
find it to tlieir Interest to call and aeo dr
Mm'o and his ring, who are engaged in
Surveying «»f ftll kind* done in a tlrftt-cliii*
Judge Heady held that a surviving part
tlnbih lion Tonic. Reline- < on-tipnti di
B ismak * k did not attend Von Moltke’s
manner ami a’ reasonable rat» -.
sharpens the appetite and tones up tin the lucrative business of looking after
ner may be sued for the debts of the
XjT-spi-clal attention paid to l»»cattng gov
fumral tecautrf* not invited, anil he
entire system. Get ttie genuine from yom the |a»litical fences in Marion county.
firm, it not ap|»earing that he had re
was not invited tecana" the emperor ar-
druggist fol $1 .and take according to direc
linquished the administration of the
effects of the firm, end that plaintiff
autopsy performed upon ttie tedy of I has tlie satisfaction of knowing that some
might join a claim against him individu
And Importer of
young l’otter, who was drowned so mys- I’Uv there will be a great funeral in Ger-
Better Than a GoM Mine.
ally in the same action as against him as
teriously in the bav, on Monday, <|e- many,at which there will be more sincere
Ten acres set to fruit alien in a .bsar-
yield an income veloia-d the fact that lie forfeited his life mourning than at any funeral since the
of from l.’Usai to ll.'ssi per year and to the cigarette habit. It was found 'lsatli of the emi«*ror’a father, and noth-
Its Causes and Cure,
A single rsuk in one issue of the O«-
expensive machinery to that he had a very pronounced ca«n o( ing that the present emperor can do can
scientifically treated l»y an aurist id world
operate it. A fruit-raiser in the Wiliam- aliat lias come to be known as “
■ ciga prevent Bismarck from teing the chief tiirg Magazine. taken for advertising put-
wide reputation. Dent im - hs rradieat«»«! anti en
requires but a stnail outlay,
4 FULL LINE OF THE BEST AND MOST ette valley
feature of it. And may the day be long t«o»es, coats $500; in Harper’s 4-4:10 down
tirely eur»d. »d from 20 t.iRi) > t at « -taiHlIng. A
trtshionable cloth", tinisbinirft. <‘tc.. con has all tlie aiivantag« s ol a civilized and rette heart.” The smoke causes the
to $100. A yearly advertisement in one
Will m 1k. the
of lMd «t the f<d,nw.
alter all «»1 her treatment- have taih «l. ||*>w stantly
valves of that organ to harden, and in delayed!
log phi« I a
B» ginning ill the barn of F consin.
the difficulty 1« reactn’d and thremi*« n ni.»v»-d
column of the New York Herald costa
work turned out.
markets and receive» a hi tler me.one from time an extra effort of any kind resulta
I « .id« ntmrgh. ¡it Central Point, Wednesday,
fully explained in circulars, with affidavits u I hhh
•JI orders filled promptly at reasonable ttie same mvestmen» than can te- hud from
430,300 for the lowest and 4310,000 for
Apr I, l-'d ; and will make stand* at that
and tvMiinonialf» of cuns from pimninent rat«
« and sati"faction guaranteed.
people, inaile«! f ree.
the highest priced column. Them fig
pl.t» • . M db»t 1. Jacksonville. Fh»eni.x, Talent
any other line of tin Iness
You can get
anti Ashland «luring rhe «»•asi»n.
DR A FONTAINE.
this land from 455 to 175 tier acre i-f The
ures will doubtless be of interest to men
In -< Hirrit.s w i> P epk . rfe : Signal Tcha-
H Went U h SI.
French Tansy Wafers.
Oregon Land Conn any ol balemjliegon.
superior to anv and all other reparation* for who think that the T imes rates are too
tna G.-t.rg. . wh»» lifts rt « ross of Mt ss.-nger
Tlie*e wafers arc a sure and safe »pacific
sperific the Throat and Lung?. In Whooping Co ugh high.
bi »»» I. i- a han ln«»in«- dapph -brown. weighing
We Rpn'l th'* marvdouR French
for a>l kindsof female troubles and will re and Croup it is magic and relieves at once.
Ipounds wh» n in condition. an«l standing
Hay tor Male.
K«vnc«b CALTHO6 free. »n<1 a
l»>,-v hand* high. II« wa- sind by Signal
move all obstructions Io the monthly pen We offer you a aainpic twittle free. Re mem*
legal guarantee that ’ author w ill
ber, this Reined)’I* sold on h positive guar
< hu f; dam by Blackhawk Morgan. Signal
Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
The undersigned odors for sale 1<K) tons Ort», no matter r-hat the cause. They are antee.
MTOP D like barge* A EariMlona,
< hi* I b> «»f,l Signai, d im bv Langford Bel
I HEREBY KESI'EiTl't LI.Y INl iHlM THE
of good hay. Cali on or address
wli.it every woman need«, and can be use
Knowing that a uougb can b<- clnckud inn
mont. he by li* linont.
Itesl Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physicians.
I tarmersand l«i»**ring p*s>i">
Ja* k~.,u <'*».,
•nd RESTORE Loat Vtg>r.
S E. U h , Jacksonville, Or.
safely. For sal® by the Livingstone ('hem
day. and the find siagi** of conFumptiou
xi» f >«
,n. «C»; insurance
Cures where nil else fnils. Plensant and agreeable to the
thnl I have t**’*’ii appuint'il I»- I’Utj * lrganiz*v
Timber land for Sale.
broken tn a we« k, we hereby Kuantntce Pi
(rse it and f>av if satisfied.
" ■ , bv» ry pr» ,
u . i p. , ,u. u t«> avoid
cal'Io. niar.iifactiirers.San Francisco ''a
i.t Alllllii*’*’» »0*1 Irutiistrial I ."."I- In this
ta.»te. Children take it without objection. By druggists.
a id re. -VON MOHL CO..
’ ’ .
Two thousand acr<*ft ol sugar-pine and tit Acker*« EnirliMh (xnigh K« ni«!y. nud wilt re
c.Hiutj. *'on * »poni*'if »"li* i* I tu n: all
ab**iil*l th* v ..i i’ur
, I ri*, ,i x
Sole Aaeriean Aerate, < lnrinnali. Uhiu.
fund the money to ail who buy. take it aa per
If you liaVf ijeatlarhe try Preston’ Hed-
» « wlral r »mt Ur.. Mar It |' it
direction?, and do uut find jur statement
SAMI EL it. !l<>1.1* I'h'viilv. Or
Apply tot*. S Aik« n. l’rto p» < t. op gon.
STATK GY OKFaGON.
I* s Senators, J. H. Mitcli«*ll, J. N. Dolph;
Co'Ùrcasmatv, B. Hermann; Governor. S. Peli
no., r. » eretary «»t Stan , George XV . Me-
Br *!'■ State T’rciisurer, Phil Metschan State
Pr'.iit' i .K *’• Baker. Supt. Put '•»• Instruction.’
E li v|.'Elr«»y; Supreme Jmlg'*>, ILS. Strahan,
Chi.’f J usi ir«-; W. P. Lori. U.S. Bean.
SILAS J. DAY,
CELEBRATED UNIVERSAL COMBINATION FENCEI
REAL ESTATE ACENT !
K S Uier Regulator.
It’s Especially adapted for Farms. Ranches, Orchards, Gardens and Lawns,
NEAT, DURABLE. STRONG AND CHEAP.
BEEKMAN & REAMES’
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
The Road to Weak..
b*hort Initie to <Dnlitomin
FREICHTS & FARES THE LOWEST
Fruit. Shade Ornamental and Nut Trees
English Dandelion Tonic
VINES AND SHRUBBERY
NO APHIS OBLIGE QN TREES.
NE PLUS ULTRA
J. C. CARSON,
JOS. C. SHERIDAN, PROPRIETOh
«Dilli LITI WASHISG MACHISF,
Sash. Doors, Blinds
WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS
Stoves, Tinware. Cutlery,
OILS OF ALL KINDS
By the Thousand !
Jackson County Bank,
Lowest Ruling Prioos.
FRUIT TREES & SHRUBBERY
medford , OREGON
COLLECTIONS A SPECIAL!?.
MONEY LOANED ON FAVORABLE TERMS
Tolo Townsite and Milling Co.
TAKE PUBLIC NOTICE
Of the Franchisee and Privilege» granted to F. II. ROWE
August 7th, 1888,
By the incorporators of »aid company, now on file at the
Recorder’s office, in Jacksonville Jackson Co.
CHOICE LAND FOR SALE!
FIRE AND MARINE
THE OREGON LAND CO
Homo Olli«*«» at Salem. Oregon
TILE FOR SALE
Grain. Stock and Fruit Farms, Also City and
LUCKEY & CO
Tiling of All Kinds
REAL-ESTATE ON COMMISSION
SEND FOR PAMPHLETS. MAPS > PRICE LIST.
City and Country Property For Sal?.
Agent» for Cyrus Noble Distillery, Jos. Schlitz Brewing Coni
SICNAL TEHAMA CEORCE,
M erelin<nt Tailor
pany, Milwaukee Bottled Beer, Schmidt & Co.’s Sarsaparilla and
Iron Water; also Arcadian Mineral Water from Waukesha. Wis-
63 Front Street, Portland, Oregon.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Caloria